All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
After investing $2 billion in a smartphone factory in Vietnam earlier this year, Samsung looks to open another facility.
A freshly published Apple patent filing describes a 3D-display system that provides a "hologram-like illusion" of objects that you can manipulate.
A recent patent filing reveals Google wants to implement cameras into their smart contact lenses, plus a sneak peak at Android's new look.
Drone enthusiasts cry foul, saying the Eye3 is too good to be true and too similar to existing products.
Google is taking additional steps with Verify Apps to protect Android users from potentially malicious non-Play Store apps, even after they've been installed.
If a Chromebook is near trusted hardware like a phone or watch, an app could wake up the machine. Easier screen unlocking could encourage people to lock them in the first place.
Batch-made plastic eyes could be much cheaper than traditional prostheses, and could benefit those in need in developing countries.
The company's top executives spoke with analysts Wednesday, showing slides of smartwatches and eyewear.
Google could be about to ditch Samsung for the new Google Nexus 10 in favour of an eye-popping screen from Asus.
The Internet heavyweight also is reportedly working on another smartphone that will be aimed at budget-conscious shoppers.